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ARRL Audio News
April 17, 2015
This week: ARRL and US House Members Coming Through to Support H.R. 1301; Amateur Radio Weather Spotters Help Track Deadly Tornadoes in North-Central Illinois; "Thinking Day" Activity Gets Girl Scouts Thinking About Ham Radio
April 10, 2015
This week: ARRL tells the FCC that Amateurs and Vehicular Radars Can Play Nicely Together on 77-81 GHz; World Amateur Radio Day is April 18; WWV's 25 MHz Signal Still Going Strong After 1 Year Back on the Air
March 27, 2015
This week: ARRL's President, Directors, and Officers Educate and Advocate on Capitol Hill; ARRL Centennial Points Challenge & W1AW WAS Awards Application Window Now Open; Virginia Ham Test Session Yields Winners from Ages 9 to 90.
March 20, 2015
This week: The push is on to pass the Amateur Radio Parity Act of 2015; the ARRL Executive committee meets to take up several regulatory issues; an Amateur Radio antenna bill is signed into law in Colorado; little heard from the devastated island nation of Vanuatu; Amateur Radio is part of the upcoming National Hurricane Conference; Hamvention announces award winners; Bencher sells its product line to Vibroplex.